Friday, December 07, 2012

Bones of the Old Ones 1 - Howard Andrew Jones

"“No more than an hour. Less, I think. Your boy was very brave,” she added. “He led me through a number of back streets. I do not think Koury could follow.” “Let us hope.” Dabir looked as if he might say more, then asked, “How many pursue you?” “In the square there was only Koury and two of his men. I did not see Gazi,” she added. “But Koury’s guards are incredibly strong. And there is something odd about them.” “How do you mean?” “They dress all in black and their faces are hooded. They do not speak.”" 3.5 out of 5 http://www.blackgate.com/black-gate-online-fiction-an-excerpt-from-the-bones-of-the-old-ones/

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